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Schnibbles by Miss Rosies Quilt Co - Chicken Feed
by Miss Rosie's Quilt Company
43" x 43"
Strip piecing and snowball corners – that’s all there is to it. There isn’t even a separate border to worry about. That makes this quilt easier than feeding chickens… and a whole lot less noisy. And more fun.
Any fabric will work… any sort of background will work. Those can even be mixed up a bit… or a lot. The little triangles could be red and the nine-patch block could be… well, a nine-patch, with a background center, of course. It’s a good thing I liked making this quilt because I think I’m going to need to make another one… soon. Finished size 43in x 43in.
Schnibbles by Miss Rosies Quilt Co - Jersey Girl
by Miss Rosie's Quilt Company
Finished size 36in x 36in

This is how I make a red-and-white quilt. Two colors, but not two fabrics… I just don’t have it in me.
The good news is that there aren’t any limits with this block. It looks just as nice using a very scrappy assortment of fabrics in a random placement. Or use one color for all the half-triangle squares and another for the squares. Or each little quarter-block could be made with a single fabric – you’ll need 1 ¼ charm squares of 36 fabrics to make that. And that’s just the prints!
Scarlett Queen
72: x 72" Finished Size
While there are a lot of pieces, and the pieces are small, the only ones needed for each block are half-triangle square, two strips, a big square and a couple of connector corners
The hardest part of making this quilt is deciding on the fabric.
Monochromatic or multi-chromatic, both work. Reproductions and scraps, bright modern prints and fat quarters, the fabric possibilities are limitless.
And if yo need more decisions to make, there are even a couple of size options for the blocks included in the pattern.

Fabric requirements
Assorted light prints - 14 fat quarter or 28 fat eighths - or a mix of the two - count at least 2 fat eighths for every fat quarter
Assorted medium & dark prints - 18 fat quarters or 45 fat eighths - or a mix of the two - count at least 2 1/2 fat eighths for every fat quarter
Binding - 1 yard
Backing 4 1/2 yards
Miss Rosie's Quilt Co, Lil Crumbler Template
Miss Rosie's Quilt Co, Lil' Crumbler Template
# RQCT102
It's a little tumbler! It's a little template! It's kind of like The Crumbler... only smaller. The Lil' Crumbler measures 4" from top to bottom and has markings that allow for cutting tumblers in at least nine different sizes. There is a center line that can help with cutting side setting pieces or making pieced tumblers. Seam allowance markings help with fussy-cutting or cutting tumblers to different widths.
The template comes with some sheets of paper that include:
• Instructions on how to line up the templates for piecing and pressing recommendations.
• Guidelines for cutting side pieces and fussy-cutting.
• Yardage information ~ or how many templates can be cut per strip for each of the possible sizes of tumbler.
• If I make this many rows with this many tumblers in a row… how big is my quilt going to be? That’s in there too.
• The ideas and basic instructions for a couple of projects.